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Carpet Cleaning Tips

How Is Carpet Dry Cleaning Done?


Dry cleaning carpet is similar to dry cleaning clothing. Dry cleaning means that, primarily, solvents rather than water are used. In the case of your clothes, they are "wet" with a dry cleaning solution called perchloroethane. After cleaning, your clothing must be allowed to dry. Check out to get started.


Perchloroethane cannot be used on your carpet but other environmentally friendly solvents can be. First your carpets are thoroughly vacuumed to remove dust, sand, pet hair and other particulate soil. This is the most important step in any carpet cleaning procedure. Then the dry cleaning solution is sprayed on your carpet a section at a time, then worked into the fibers of the carpet with a brush and allowed to sit for 3-6 minutes to allow sufficient dwell time. During this time, the dry cleaning solution, Ultra Dry, emulsifies soils in preparation for their removal. A highly absorbent cleaning pad is immersed in a heated solution called Ultra Catalyst. The excess is wrung out so that the pad is damp and very hot. This hot treated pad is spun on the carpet with a floor machine to absorb the Ultra Dry and suspended soils. The Ultra Catalyst increases the attraction between the pad and the soil suspended by the Ultra Dry. The heat of the pad also increases cleaning power.


Additionally Ultra Catalyst and Ultra Dry provide deodorizing action for mild odor problems. Once the carpet has gone through this process a cotton "finishing pad" will be spun across the carpet to remove as much moisture from the carpet as possible as well as to check to see if the carpet still has any soil in it and if it needs to be cleaned again before moving onto the next section. Once the cleaning process has been completed, the carpet is then groomed and the pile of the carpet is left feeling soft and clean. This would also be a good time to apply a solvent based fabric protectant onto the freshly cleaned carpet to help prevent against future stains and to allow the carpet to be cleaned more easily the next time it is needed.


Depending on how the carpet is used (i.e. lots of kids or pets) it should be professionally cleaned every 12-24 months. To help keep the carpet cleaner longer it should be vacuumed at least once a week (twice a week if there are kids and pets) and spots or spills should be addressed as soon as possible to help prevent staining.


Dry cleaning carpet is safe, neat, and returns your carpet to use in 1-3 hours. Check This Out.


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